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work army for 10 years ,im study in china for 1 year and half for instrutor martial art i neet compine with your martial art, thanks

At the dojang (training hall) there is heaps of space and room to breathe. Ample, free parking is available right outside the door and well away from the street. The kids' enjoy plenty of games on their route up the martial arts ladder including the jumbo gloves which has become a firm favourite. But when they've taken part in their first "Castle Assault" they'll never miss another lesson. Children learn to value themselves and grow as individuals whilst enjoying the team spirit Fusion engenders in all its students.   Adult lessons are geared towards techniques based on real world scenarios that you can actually use. Not just flashy moves which are useless to you in a real situation. You'll learn to defend yourself from attack, be taught close quarter defensive techniques and be eligible to grade for your next belt every 3 months (as are the children). Ground work is also taught as many of the established martial arts have nothing in their syllabus to cover the fact that 9 out of 10 times a fight will  end up on the floor.

My kids (4 and 6) really enjoy the class; it is structured well to keep their interest, and is not overly serious and pressuring.  Lets the kids learn how they want to.  Would recommend to other people with younger children as well as older ones. The class runs at St Columba church hall, near Botany centre, so its convenient for us to get to on the weekend.

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